by Lee Wyatt
(last updated January 10, 2020)
Winter flowering shrubs are a great option that you can use to add a bit of color to your landscape during the cold and often dreary months that separate fall and spring. There are a surprising number of shrubs that can grow and flower during the winter months, though there is a bit of a trick to choosing them. That trick is to know what your growing zone is. While there are a wide variety of shrubs that you can choose from, often they have a limiting factor on where they can grow well.
The winter flowering shrubs that are described here will also have the growing zones that they grow best in included as well. That way, you will be able to choose the best possible shrubs for your particular area, and for your needs.
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